- Cross Country
Reigle took home second place at the Tiffleberg Open with a career-best time of 22:48.5 to lead the team to a second place finish out of nine teams.
- Cross Country
Andrews helped JCU to the Tiffleberg Open title by placing first out of 126 competitors with a time of 25:14.8.
Ruple led the Yellow Jackets to a 2-1 record with wins against the College of Wooster (3-2) and Bluffton University (6-2). Ruple finished the week with four goals and three assists. He capped the week off with his first career hat trick with all three of his goals coming in the first 15 minutes of the game versus Bluffton.
SoccerBender scored all four of her goals in a 5-0 win over Bluffton University, setting a new career-high in goals scored in a single game. The Yellow Jackets finished the week with a 2-0 record.
Fatheree led the Muskies to a perfect 4-0 record at the DePauw Invitational, winning every match in straight sets. Fatheree averaged 4.6 kills and three digs-per-set and was selected to the all-tournament team.
Wibbeler completed 19-of-34 passes for 317 yards and four touchdowns to help the Crusaders to a 39-28 win over Muskingum He did not turn over the ball and hit four different receivers for scores and completed passes to seven different receivers over the course of the win. Six of his 19 completions went for 20 or more yards, and two went for more than 40 yards.
Wasson led the Berg defense with nine tackles, one sack and an interception in a 40-21 victory over Ohio Northern. He was key to holding ONU's Christiaan Williams under 100 yards for the first time in his career.
- Football-Special Teams
Boca Raton, FL/West Boca Raton
Danko was 3-of-3 in PAT's and made the game winning field goal in the fourth quarter as JCU defeated BW, 24-21.
Wells led the Cardinals to the OAC Fall Invitational title by taking home medalist honors. Well paced the field of 63 golfer by firing a 140 (67-73), finishing four-under par.
Farmington Hills, Mich/Ladywood
Cranmer fired a career-low 75 and claimed Medalist honor with a 155 (80-75) to lead the Polar Bears to a third place finish at the 13-team Heidelberg Fall Invitational at Mohawk Country Club.